Indiana and Michigan: well behind on tornadoes
To put this year's lack of tornadoes into perspective, California has seen as many twisters as both Indiana and Michigan combined. Meanwhile, Idaho -- which is covered in mountains -- has seen more than double the amount of twisters that Indiana and Michigan have seen. It's not just Indiana and Michigan, though, that are behind. The only nearby states that have seen more tornadoes than normal thru July 2nd are Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Other nearby states like Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, and West Virginia are all running below normal despite their totals being significantly higher than Indiana and Michigan.